a. The Clerk shall assign cause numbers for new filings of all MH case types to Hamilton Superior Court No. 1 and Hamilton Superior Court No. 3.
b. The Clerk shall equally assign such new filings to Superior Court No. 1 and Superior Court No. 3 or other method as the judges of said courts shall agree.
a. Where, under the terms of the Will, the testator expresses an intention that the bond be waived, the Court shall set a bond adequate to protect creditors, tax authorities, and devises.
b. Where the fiduciary is an heir or legatee of the estate, the bond may be reduced by said fiduciary's share of the estate, or the value of real estate, or other assets that cannot be transferred or accessed without court approval or order. The Court shall have the right to review the amount of bond if the Court should grant access to such property or asset.
c. Where the heirs or legatees have filed a written request that the fiduciary serve without bond, the Court may set bond in an amount adequate to protect the rights of the creditors and tax authorities only.
d. In an unsupervised estate, bond may be set at the discretion of the Court.
e. No bond shall be required in any supervised estate or guardianship in which corporate banking fiduciary qualified by law to serve as such is either the fiduciary or one of several co-fiduciaries.
"NO PRINCIPAL OR INTEREST SHALL BE WITHDRAWN WITHOUT WRITTEN ORDER OF ________________________ COURT OF _______________________, INDIANA."
a. A brief description of the property interest being appraised, including the full and legal description thereof.
b. Purpose or objective of the appraisal.
c. Date for which fair market value is determined.
d. Data and reasoning supporting the fair market value.
e. Fair market value determined.
f. Statement of assumptions and special or limiting conditions.
g. Certification of disinterest in real estate.
h. Signature of the appraiser.
a. File an intermediate account with the Court within thirty days (30) after the expiration of one (1) year and each succeeding year thereafter. The accounting shall comply with the provisions of IC 29-1-16-4 and 29-1-16-6 and:
(1) Shall state facts showing why the estate cannot be closed and an estimated date of closing.b. File a statement with the Court stating the reasons why the estate has not been closed. In addition, the Court reserves the power to require the personal representative to comply with the accounting provisions of sub-part (a) above.
(2) Shall propose partial distribution of the estate to the extent that partial distribution can be made without prejudice to the distributees and claimants; or
a. The child's present address.
b. The places where the child has lived within the past two years and the names and present addresses of persons with whom the child has lived during that period.
c. General information concerning school, health, etc.
d. Whether, to petitioner's knowledge, any other litigation is pending concerning the custody of the child in this or any other state.
e. Whether, to petitioner's knowledge, any person not a party to the guardianship proceeding has physical custody of the child or claims to have custody or visitation rights with respect to the child.
"NO PRINCIPAL OR INTEREST SHALL BE WITHDRAWN WITHOUT WRITTEN ORDER OF _____________________ COURT OF ___________________________, INDIANA."
a. Prior to issuance of letters, the fiduciary's attorney shall execute an Attorney's Undertaking for such assets (Form PR00-15).
b. Within ten (10) days of the order authorizing the creation of the account or investment, a certification by an officer of the institution at which the account or investment has been created, affirming that the account or investment is restricted as required by Court order and is in compliance with this rule.
a. Expenses of administration;
b. Providers of funeral and burial expenses;
c. Providers of medical expenses in connection with last illness of decedent;
d. Surviving spouse;
e. Dependent children; and
f. Dependent next of kin (if there is no surviving spouse or dependent children).